Hunting Properties and Land For Sale

This is a selection of Maine's best hunting properties and land for sale located around the state. Big game hunting in Maine for black bear, whitetail deer and moose can be enhanced by finding the right property to make a lifetime of memories with friends and family. If you are looking for a hunting camp, an undeveloped parcel of land, or maybe a home with some acreage to hunt in your own back yard, this is the place to start your search. Our land agents are experienced hunters, land owners, or have years of experience marketing or helping people find a great recreational hunting property. The following properties are in rural parts of Maine and have been filtered to have at least 10 acres of land.

Maine Land for Sale in Lake View Plt

On North Shore Road Lake View Plt ME 04463

Lake View Plt, MEOn North Shore Road

Price$2,000,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1337021

  • Land
  • Address On North Shore Road
  • Listing Status Active
  • Acreage 2857

Schoodic Lake Forest is a 2,857 +/- acre timber tract with about 2 miles of frontage on Schoodic Lake. The acreage is a hardwood heavy timber tract with a centrally located hill site offering incredible view potential. A good choice for a 1031 exchange property.  Two road systems access the land. One unencumbered logging road running south to north through the western side of the parcel. The other road on the property is a shared right of way with camp owners along the western shore of the lake. This road runs south to north along the eastern boundary. Sales to abutting camp owners have been a historic source of revenue for exceptional ROI, some with per acre prices more than 10 times the current asking price of the property. These sale opportunities are likely to continue into the future as camp and home owners wish to enlarge their holdings. One year to year lease used for a stump and wood debris site provides yearly income. The timber on the property is growing well. The most recent timber inventory was completed in September of 2013 with an estimated 27,000 +/- cords. With nearly 5 years of growth since then and no harvesting having been done, estimates of over 30,000 cords are likely. Fronting the undeveloped northern basin of Schoodic Lake for thousands of feet, this location would make a great family or corporate retreat. The lake has a surface area of over 7,000 acres and depths recorded to 188 feet. Schoodic is known for exceptional water quality and a large rainbow smelt population that sustains a prolific trout and salmon fishery. At nearly 10 miles in length, the lake is a boaters’ freshwater paradise underutilized much of the year. There are great views from the lake of Mount Katahdin and a lot of undeveloped forest along its eastern shore. As a timber investment the property has great potential for future gains with an added bonus of outdoor recreation possibilities that are all inclusive. Trail riding the local ATV/Snowmobile trails directly from the property is exceptional. Fishing and boating on the lake are some of the best in Maine. All of Maine’s big and small game are here. Hike and bike the trails within the property. Other nearby recreational attractions include Sebec Lake, Pleasant, Piscataquis and Sebec Rivers, Katahdin Iron Works, Gulf Hagas, Baxter State Park, Peaks Kenny State Park, thousands of acres of public reserve land, The Appalachian Trail and too many mountain peaks and other lakes and ponds to list here. Lakeview Plantation may be one of the happiest locations in Maine. The people you meet are enjoying the recreational activities mentioned above which will put a smile on the face of the sullenest human. Maybe it is because they have all this sport at hand while enjoying one of the lowest property tax rates in Maine. This being a recreational destination has created a place of few permanent residents with 43 being the last census count. If you choose to live here you will see few people Monday – Friday as most owners are weekenders and vacationers.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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236 Ridge Road Robbinston ME 04671

Robbinston, ME236 Ridge Road

Price$79,000

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MLS Number 1314425

  • Residential
  • Address 236 Ridge Road
  • Listing Status Active
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 3

This antique New England Farm House offers spacious rooms, an in-law apartment, attached work shop and antique barn all surrounded by 30 acres. The farm is currently in tree-growth to help with the taxes. The home has had many upgrades, but still needs exterior work. The first floor has kitchen, dining, living room w/ fireplace and apartment. Second floor has 2 BR and full bath. An attached workshop is a great place to store wood and work on winter projects.

Listed by Debbie Holmes of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Recreational Maine Land For Sale With Trout Pond

Lot 30 Downs Road Sebec ME 04481

Sebec, MELot 30 Downs Road

Price$199,900

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1442675

  • Land
  • Address Lot 30 Downs Road
  • Listing Status Active
  • Acreage 156

156 +/- acres of land for sale on a wild trout pond in Maine. Owner financing is possible. Are you searching for a hunting and fishing property? Maybe a large tract to construct your off grid and sustainable home or cabin? A place to basecamp for those snowmobile and ATV adventures? Something nearby the vast north Maine forest and Appalachian Trail that you can get to year round? This property in Sebec, Maine checks off all those boxes and more. THE LAND - This forest land fronts a town maintained road for more than 2,600 feet. It is plowed in the winter and readily accessible yet located miles away from any noisy interstate highways. Forest types are mixed with most of Maine’s hardwoods and softwoods present. Several pine plantations are located on the property. Soils are rocky and loamy great for growing trees and in several areas suitable for grasslands. The rolling forest landscape has good views of distant hills and the pond. The elevations on this site range from about 460 to 560 feet above sea level. This varied terrain is not only interesting to look at but provides natural funnels for wildlife and good drainage for potential building areas. The slope of this land is southerly facing ideal for solar exposure and protected from most winter winds. DOW POND & Gulf Stream - Here is 2,400 +/- feet of frontage on a 19 +/- acre great pond with both an inlet and outlet. The pond has a maximum depth of 21 feet. No recent trout stockings have been done. Fish here are wild creatures and beautiful. The pond is full of baitfish and if you have the aptitude for starting a bait business this could be a good place for it. This pond is also home to many wading birds, waterfowl and bald eagles. Gulf Stream is the inlet of the pond and this slow flowing water is home to countless birds and other wildlife. This is a scenic place to paddle a canoe or kayak with a good chance of seeing moose. The property fronts this stream for about 1,400 feet. RECREATION - Piscataquis County is blessed with more outdoor recreation possibilities than most any other area. The number of lakes, ponds, rivers and streams along with big woods and mountains combine for a diversified landscape that hosts many outdoor adventures. This is prime hunting area with a climate and cover suitable for all Maine big game animals and birds. Organized and maintained hiking, snowmobile and ATV trail systems such as the Appalachian Trail, ITS and local club trails are open for the enjoyment of hikers and riders. SEBEC & PISCATAQUIS COUNTY - Sebec is a small rural town located near the southeast corner of Piscataquis County. The population of the town is just over 600. It is bordered by several other towns like Dover-Foxcroft, Milo, Bowerbank, Atkinson, Williamsburg, Barnard and Brownville. Sebec Lake, one of the state’s deepest lakes, is located just a few miles from the property with several maintained boat landings. Nearby attractions like the AT, Baxter State Park, Katahdin Ironworks, Moosehead Lake are all an easy day trip from Sebec. The nearest commercial airport is Bangor International Airport (BGR) just 40 +/- miles from the property. Need more information? See our interactive map on our website or call today for a chance to see this beautiful and unique property before someone else does.

Listed by Phil McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Recreational Land Lot for Sale in Mount Chase, Maine

14 Black Point Road Mount Chase ME 04765

MLS Number 1441948

  • Land
  • Address 14 Black Point Road
  • Listing Status Active
  • Acreage 5

Affordable 5-acre land lot for sale with water frontage on Upper Shin Pond for sale at 14 Black Point Road in Mount Chase, Maine. Large mature timber throughout the lot. Driveway is in with utilities roadside. 455ft of deeded shared water frontage on Upper Shin Pond. Great spot for a second home or cabin on this year-round accessible lot with power. Access to ATV and snowmobile trails from the lot. Located close to Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument and the north entrance of Baxter State Park. Historic hunting and fishing area.

Listed by Peter Qualey of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Recreational Logging Camps For Sale in Maine

Lot 1-1 490 Road T6 R17 WELS ME 04478

T6 R17 WELS, MELot 1-1 490 Road

Price$249,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1441340

  • Residential
  • Address Lot 1-1 490 Road
  • Listing Status Active
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 13

Property Overview The American Loggers camps are for sale.  This property was in many scenes of the reality series produced by the Discovery channel and is located in the North Maine Woods.  The property is 21.42 +- acres of land with over 8000 square feet of living space.  There are two bunk houses that can house 40 individuals with full bath rooms.  There are four trailers that are stand-alone trailers with kitchens, bedrooms and full baths.  There is a cook shed building that can feed over 40 people at a sitting.  This 1600 square foot building has a walk-in cooler, chest freezer, an upright freezer, two refrigerators and a 16-burner propane stove with 4 ovens.  There is a garage/shop of over 2000 square feet to work on trucks and equipment should the need arise.  The whole complex is powered by two 60 kw diesel generators. This is an opportunity to have an incredible base camp facility in the North Maine Woods approximately 75 miles from civilization.  This is a turn-key opportunity to have access to the trout and musky fishing available ¼ mile away and the millions of acres of large game filled tracts of land. Area Description The property is located in the North Maine Woods which is an area of approximately 3.5 million acres of sparsely populated commercial working forest.  This is an area where the moose outnumber the people.  Countless lakes, ponds, rivers and streams provide angling opportunities.  From brook trout to muskies, you can find numerous open water and ice fishing opportunities accessible from the American Logger camps.  There are very few smaller parcels within the North Maine Woods area.  Most of the land is owned by corporations, but the unique relationship here provides access to recreate on the commercial woodlands owned by the landowners within the North Maine Woods. Recreational Data The area is home to some of the largest whitetail deer found in the United States.  These big woods bucks are tremendous trophies.  Hunting for them will test your skills as an outdoorsman.  Not only is patience required, but also a great deal of stamina.  Large bucks and moose have been taken by the owners of this property and their guests over the years. Tracks of moose and large whitetails are often seen in the snow or soft dirt of the gravel roadways. Ruffed grouse often flush from the road edges.  If you like wilderness and remoteness, you can find that here. Water and Land Features Hardwood ridges and stands of dark spruce timber make up the forested lands of the area.  Seboomook Lake, the St. John Ponds and several trout streams are located nearby.  Baker Lake and 5th St John pond are both very good muskie waters.  One of the owners caught a 43”, 17 ½ pound muskie from 5th St John Pond which is ¼ mile from the property.  The tributaries that flow in and out of the St John ponds are filled with native brook trout, and nearby Russell Pond has good fly fishing for brook trout available.  Landlocked salmon can be found in the west branch of the Penobscot which is a short drive from the property.

Listed by Rick Theriault of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Maine Hunting Camp for Sale in Springfield

226 Drake Road Springfield ME 04487

Springfield, ME226 Drake Road

Price$100,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1333663

  • Residential
  • Address 226 Drake Road
  • Listing Status Active
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 2

The town of Springfield, ME which is located in northern Penobscot county boasts a population of approximately 409 citizens.  Springfield is an old farming community and the signs of old homesteads can often be found in the forests that have reclaimed many of the once cleared farm fields.  The forests around Springfield and the surrounding communities are working forests producing timber for area woods products manufacturers.  The young regrowth from this harvesting provides excellent habitat for whitetail deer, moose, hares and grouse. Outdoor pursuits are readily enjoyed by the inhabitants of the area.  Hunting, fishing, hiking, boating, atv riding and snowsledding are all very popular.  The logging roads throughout the area provide a base for an extensive ATV trail system in the spring, summer and fall.  In the winter many of these same trails become groomed snowmobile highways. The nearby Grand Lake chain of lakes in Lakeville, as well as the streams that feed these waters, provide numerous angling opportunities year-round.    The cold clear waters of this area provide excellent habitat for salmon, brook trout and lake trout.  Spaulding Brook and Lombard Lake provide fishing opportunities right from the property for white perch and brook trout.  Spaulding Brook Preserve consists of a 576+- square foot camp built on the hillside above the clear waters of Spaulding Brook on a 117+- acre parcel of mixed wood forest land.  The woods are full of small and large game.  Grouse, snowshoe hare, deer moose and more are found here.  A wood shed, storage building and a privy round out the improvements to the recreational retreat.  The cabin has a wood stove as well as a propane heater to keep the cold at bay during fall hunting excursions and early Spring fishing trips.  The property is very private being 4.5 miles from Route 6 at the end of a seasonal gravel road.  This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a recreational property at a great price.  Call today and set up a personal viewing of Spaulding Brook Preserve. Nearly a mile of interior gravel roads provide access to the cabin, brook, timberland and nearby Lombard Lake.  There is approximately 1800 feet of frontage on Spaulding Brook as it meanders through the property and empties into Lombard Lake.  A private boat launch into Lombard Lake can be found at the inlet to Lombard Lake.  The acreage was last harvested over 30 years ago.   A large clearing with a few apple trees is frequently visited by whitetail deer is just  short walk from the cabin.

Listed by Rick Theriault of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Country Home for Sale in Coastal Maine

350 Dixie Road Trescott Twp ME 04652

Trescott Twp, ME350 Dixie Road

Price$243,500

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1440807

  • Residential
  • Address 350 Dixie Road
  • Listing Status Active
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathroom 2

This two-story country home offers 2100+ feet of living space. Walk in on the country porch that stretches along the front of the original home and enter a newly renovated home with additions There is a dining room as you enter with the kitchen behind it. A small laundry room leads you to the master bedroom. This spacious bedroom is 16’ x 20’ and the kitchen, dining room and laundry room are 28 x 20. On the other end we have a 20 x 18 ‘ living room, first floor bath with jetted garden tub and granite counter. A small room currently used as a sitting room could be a 4th bedroom. On the 2nd floor there is a great room with a kitchen-ett and living room. A bath and 2 bedrooms complete the 2nd floor. This could be used as an in-law apartment or teen-agers suit. The grounds house a 12 x 20’ “she shed” and a 48’ x 40’ heated garage with 2nd floor living quarters. All this on 6.97 acres. Great location for a home business, additional income from rent or occupy the whole property giving you room to grow or perhaps start a family hobby farm. One is limited only by their imagination. Trescott today is a rural seaside community of a little over 300 full time residents. It covers about 25 square miles near the most northeastern tip of the US. With such a small year-round and seasonal population, Trescott has been part of Maine's 10 million acre unorganized territory, with no local government, since the town de-organized in 1945. As an unorganized township with few county services, property taxes are still lower than otherwise typical in Maine. Schools are attended in nearby towns. Local news is covered by the Machias Valley News Observer in the county seat of Machias, about 20 miles west of Trescott, and the Quoddy Tides in Eastport, about an hour away. The terrain in Trescott is hilly and mostly forested, rising irregularly from sea level on the coast up to about 230‘ at the hilly peaks. The coastline on both the bay to the north and the ocean to the south is mostly rocky, with a steeply rising shore. Several small streams and brooks drain to the bay and the ocean. Trescott is informally divided into north and south regions, with no roads joining them without leaving town. There are two major 2-lane roads cross the town: State Rt. 189 crosses the north side on the way east into neighboring Lubec and the bridge to Campobello; State Rt. 191 crosses in the south from Cutler into south Lubec. A few small paved and unpaved roads wind into the woods to homes hidden back in the trees. Many of the homes are along the coast, and as in the surrounding towns, there is very little traffic — and no traffic. The Downeast region of the state includes Washington County, also known as the Sunrise County as it is the first in the nation to see the sun rise each day/ It is bounded on the south by Hancock County, on the West by Penobscott county, on the North by Aroostook County (also known as THE County by Mainers) and on the East by the Atlantic Ocean and the beginning of the Bay of Fundy. Dotted throughout the area on the other side of Rt. 1, away from the coast, are small towns and traditional Downeast hamlets. Throughout the region, the things that make people nostalgic for the “good old days’ still carry on. Besides the traditions of hunting and fishing, sailing and other outdoor recreations are the small town events, church suppers and summer fairs, with petting zoos and cotton candy, rides for the kids and 4-H exhibits for all. The pace of life is slower, but the modern amenities are available. A great place to live, work and play.

Listed by Debbie Holmes of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Oceanfront Land Lot For Sale In Downeast Maine

Lot 20-2 Smokehouse Road Trescott Twp ME 04652

MLS Number 1440800

  • Land
  • Listing Status Active
  • Acreage 5.48

Rare opportunity to own a 5.48 acre parcel abutting conservation land in historical Bailey’s Mistake. The Smokehouse Road leads to one of the last standing historic smoke houses that once dotted our Downeast coastline. It is a dead end road and very quiet. Great location to build that get-away or forever home and showcase the varied coastline of the bold coast area. The property is bordered by the estuary winding in from the mighty Atlantic where local fishermen moore their boats in the safety of the protected cove. A driveway is in place to easily access the waterfront. Trescott today is a rural seaside community of a little over 300 full time residents. It covers about 25 square miles near the most northeastern tip of the US. With such a small year-round and seasonal population, Trescott has been part of Maine's 10 million acre unorganized territory, with no local government, since the town de-organized in 1945. As an unorganized township with few county services, property taxes are still lower than otherwise typical in Maine. Schools are attended in nearby towns. Local news is covered by the Machias Valley News Observer in the county seat of Machias, about 20 miles west of Trescott, and the Quoddy Tides in Eastport, about an hour away. The terrain in Trescott is hilly and mostly forested, rising irregularly from sea level on the coast up to about 230‘ at the hilly peaks. The coastline on both the bay to the north and the ocean to the south is mostly rocky, with a steeply rising shore. Several small streams and brooks drain to the bay and the ocean. Trescott is informally divided into north and south regions, with no roads joining them without leaving town. There are two major 2-lane roads cross the town: State Rt. 189 crosses the north side on the way east into neighboring Lubec and the bridge to Campobello; State Rt. 191 crosses in the south from Cutler into south Lubec. A few small paved and unpaved roads wind into the woods to homes hidden back in the trees. Many of the homes are along the coast, and as in the surrounding towns, there is very little traffic — and no traffic. The Downeast region of the state includes Washington County, also known as the Sunrise County as it is the first in the nation to see the sun rise each day/ It is bounded on the south by Hancock County, on the West by Penobscott county, on the North by Aroostook County (also known as THE County by Mainers) and on the East by the Atlantic Ocean and the beginning of the Bay of Fundy. Dotted throughout the area on the other side of Rt. 1, away from the coast, are small towns and traditional Downeast hamlets. Throughout the region, the things that make people nostalgic for the “good old days’ still carry on. Besides the traditions of hunting and fishing, sailing and other outdoor recreations are the small town events, church suppers and summer fairs, with petting zoos and cotton candy, rides for the kids and 4-H exhibits for all. The pace of life is slower, but the modern amenities are available. A great place to live, work and play.

Listed by Debbie Holmes of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Off-Grid Lakefront Camp For Sale | Lakeville, Maine

306 Sys Road Lakeville ME 04487

Lakeville, ME306 Sys Road

Price$135,900

Est. Mortgage: $/month

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MLS Number 1371482

  • Residential
  • Address 306 Sys Road
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathroom 1

Off grid lake front camp on 61 wooded acres with over 750 feet on Upper Sysladobsis Lake in Lakeville Maine.  An unfinished addition has been built around the original 2-bedroom 1 bath cottage so if you need additional space, just finish it to your liking. The camp has propane lights and appliances but also has solar power and generator hook up.  A drilled well provides drinking water and a modern septic system for the conveniences of home.  The exterior finish is rustic cedar shingles that fit well with this remote and rugged landscape. There is a storage shed for atv’s, mountain bikes, canoes and kayaks.  A second building, in need of repair, can easily store a boat.  Whatever your favorite recreational activity is, chances are you will find it here.  Miles of gravel roads for hiking this mountainous terrain, biking or riding your atv. This lake is just over 1000 acres in size with 11 miles of shoreline.  With a maximum depth is 42 feet, anglers can locate both warm and cold water fish species. The acreage is wooded with Northern white pine and spruce.  Elevations from the camp at 350 feet above sea level to the face of Bear Mountain at over 700’ of elevation. If you are looking for a place to unwind and be away from the masses, this is it.

Listed by Peter McPhail of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Recreational Farm Land For Sale in Aroostook County Maine

Lot 7-019 Parent Road Van Buren ME 04785

MLS Number 1440380

  • Land
  • Listing Status Active
  • Acreage 105

Van Buren Heights Forest Van Buren Heights Forest is a 105+- acre tract of mixed wood timberland and over grown farm field.  The acreage consists of a moderately stocked forest of mixed wood.  Spruce, tamarac, maple, birch and aspen were all encountered on the property.  The topography of the property rises from about 660 feet above sea level to 840 at the height.  The land has a varied terrain from flat to sloped and some steep areas.  There is over 2100 feet of road frontage along Parent Road which is a seasonal town-maintained road.  The road is not plowed during the winter months.  There are several potential building sites on the property.  The land at the height looks to be grown over farm field.  There are many fruit bearing apple trees found in this area, and the views from here are very nice.  The soils of the property are very good and predominantly well drained loams.  The property is readily accessible from Route 1, yet private.  This is an ideal off-grid private home site.  From the height of the property the ability to obtain panoramic views of the St. John Valley can be had as well as perfect solar orientation for that off-grid home.    This is an excellent opportunity to obtain an accessible, private, wooded parcel with farm class soils that has views, a nearby trout stream and abundant wildlife at a great price.  Call today to request a personal viewing of the Van Buren Heights Forest.   Water Features There is a small unnamed seasonal brook that drains the property.  The nearby St. John River is readily accessible from the parcel.  Daigle Brook flows near the property’s western edge.  Nearby lakes, brooks and rivers offer numerous recreational opportunities like canoeing, fishing and boating. Land Features The 105+- acres of Van Buren Heights Forest have farm class soils that grow everything well, including the mixed wood timber that is well stocked throughout the acreage.  Remnants of farm fields are found on the western edge of the property.  There is a good amount of merchantable timber remaining on this tract.  The varied terrain of the parcel has opportunities for home sites, food plots and hiking trails.    Van Buren Area Van Buren is a northern Maine border crossing community of roughly 2100 residents.   The area is farm and forest land, with a rich Acadian heritage.  The area is blessed with four seasons to enjoy.  Winter is the longest season so winter sports and recreation make this a destination for snow mobile enthusiasts as well as dog team racers and biathletes.  Spring, summer and fall are especially beautiful times to live in northern Aroostook County.  The numerous lakes, rivers, streams and ponds are frequently visited by fishing enthusiasts in pursuit of Maine’s cold water species of salmon and trout.  The waters of the St. John River have a growing population of muskellunge, and the annual Musky Derby in nearby Fort Kent has fisherman from across the country competing for tens of thousands of dollars in prizes for winning anglers. ATV enthusiasts have a vast trail network throughout Aroostook County to explore.  Most of the communities in this area have made allowances to welcome riders into the business areas to reach dining, fuel and other businesses.  The vast tracts of timberland, farm fields, rolling hills and breathtaking vistas are waiting for you to come and explore.  Hunting for large whitetail bucks and numerous grouse in countless covers can fill your autumn calendar. Shopping opportunities are available on both sides of the border.  Nearby Presque Isle has its Aroostook Centre Mall and across the border in Edmunston, NB Canada you can find the Madawaska Centre. Healthcare is found at the Aroostook Medical Center in Presque Isle as well as the Northern Maine Medical Center in Fort Kent.  Higher education is available at the University of Maine campuses in both Presque Isle and Fort Kent.  Come home to Van Buren, where you can live, work, learn and play.

Listed by Rick Theriault of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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1682 Kingman Road Kingman Twp ME 04451

Kingman Twp, ME1682 Kingman Road

Price$57,000

Est. Mortgage: $/month

MLS Number 1440232

  • Residential
  • Address 1682 Kingman Road
  • Listing Status Active
  • Location Rural
  • Bedrooms 2

This cute two bedroom, one bath camp sits on 6.32 acres of pastured fields. There is a small barn for horses, one car garage and two outbuildings. The previous owners are the only owners for 63 years. This property features 810sft of one floor living space. A drilled well and updated septic system. This camp has year-round access and electricity. Snowmobile and ATV trails. No need to load up the toys here, go right from your property. Kingman and the surrounding area are a sportsman paradise offering hunting, fishing, camping, and trapping. The Mattawamkeag River is nearby for fishing, boating and more. Lincoln is a 30 minute drive away and has all the amenities.

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Recreational Land For Sale in Whiting, Maine

2-21,22 Reynolds Brook Road Whiting ME 04691

MLS Number 1440118

  • Land
  • Listing Status Active
  • Acreage 92.8

Hunters and Off-Grid enthusiasts take note!! 92 acres of wilderness for sale in Whiting Maine. Great location for hunting, birding, 4 season recreation and more. Property currently enjoys lower taxes from participating in the Tree growth program. There are 7 acres that are not in tree growth. The wide gravel road leads to the two lots - one is 42 acres, the other is 50.8. The land is rolling, with some level ground, hills, valleys and a combination of woodland and wetland. A stream runs thru the property. The closest neighbors are bear, moose, deer, grouse, beaver and other small game. The road system is used by ATV riders and other property owners. The ATV and 4 season recreational trails can connect to the much larger Sunrise Trails which will take you up to Calais or down to Ellsworth with other connecting trails headed west. There is no power in the area so any building will need to be with alternative energy

Listed by Debbie Holmes of United Country Lifestyle Properties of Maine

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Federal 30-year interest rate: 3.6% last updated on Jan 23, 2020
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